Ealth Club or Healthh Club?


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/10/07/ealth-club-or-healthh-club.html


#2

Per’aps they’re Cockney.


#3

Though not exactly the same signage issues, it still makes me think of Wafle Hose and one’s local Elf Storage.


#4

Personally, I’d be more worried about that person they’re tearing in half.


#5

“It can only be one or the other.”

Says who? Clearly, you haven’t been paying attention to the new way of communication espoused by a certain GOP presidential candidate.


#6

Bad design is bad.


#7

I think that the double parenthises means that Ealth is Jewish.


#8

The word HEALTH has H’s on both ends, and both look like weights, yet whoever designed this decided to… I don’t even know anymore.


#9

Not to mention the Bigots big-box stores or Don King donut shops.

I used to live near a convenience store that advertised lottery tickets. The top of the first T on the lottery sign was burnt out, so it said “LOITERY” instead. This particular convenience store was certainly a loitery.


#10

Reminds me of an old SCTV sketch where a maniac calls the television station to protest the way the show’s title is written out: $Dialling for Dollar$.


#11

A local restaurant once modified the typical “no shirt, no service” sign to read:

No Shirt
No Shoes
No T-Shirt
No Service


#12

Syntax Error: Missing Parenthesis in function ‘Health’


#13

How I lost half my weight without changing what I eat.


#14

Take that, Penn Jillette


#15

Now I’m sad because I’m missing yourlogomakesmebarf.com, which was all this (or worse) all the time.


#16


#17

Why the quotes?

(This was actually a cool family-owned hardware store that had been there for 40 years, that sadly has since been bought out by True Value Hardware.)


#18

In my mind, I read it as


#19

Just as bad as $75 dollars.
Or banana’s, takeaway’s, home’s, spa’s, pool’s, apple’s and orange’s.
Over here they don’t seem to give a shite:


#20

And this:

ARGH, I could go on, but I won’t.